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think they say 1/12 of san francisco in land. most of it was in the west side of the city. robert fitzgerald was called the king of carville. he was an early settler to carville. jacob heyman that realtor, started being called the father of carville. we'll see why in a second. and this guy on the left, colonel daley, was often called the pioneer father of carville. he really gets a lot of the credit. here's colonel daley in his little shed. how do we describe him? he's sort of a 1890's bohemian, a bit of a herm yit. most importantly, he was a friend of adolph sutro's. and sutro had a real estate shack on the northwest corner of the sunset. he let colonel daley squat in there essentially. he went out every morning, walked along the beach. whatever washed up he brought back to his shed and created quite a large little compound of old bottles, shoes, anything that washed up. a ship wreck. provided a bunch of lumber. he made a sleeping loft in his cabin. for a while he had a wife. she didn't wash up in the waves. but she did eventually wash out. she couldn't handle cooking in the sand
permits. right, documentary a writer and producer with public communications inc.. .tc washington robert mcpherson, lifestyle editor. jennifer lawson, senior vice centernt for the public for broadcasting. allison fitzgerald, project manager for financial and state news. natalie reporting for "usa today. president and ceo of pbs. national reporter for bloomberg vance. washington bureau chief for nikkei. the is the vice chair of press club trilogy committee. in 1989, 5 harlem tenders are wrongly convicted of raping a white woman in your city central five teenagers are wrongly convicted of raping a white women in new york city's central park. despite evidence. a serial rapist later admitted to being the perpetrator, but not before these young men served complete sentences. in his latest documentary, our guest today tells the story through the vivid testimony of the central park 5. it is a painful and anatomy of wrongful convictions. the movie was directed and produced by mr. burns. sarah was only 6 when the event to place. when she learned about it, or that a decade later, she was so taken
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